75% of US cities restrict housing to single-family homes, hindering affordability, diversity, and accessibility. Zoning reform can improve livability by allowing more housing options and reducing congestion.
Middle Housing is house-scale residential buildings with multiple units. The neighborhood-centric strategy centers on diverse housing options, such as duplexes, fourplexes, cottage courts, and multiplexes.
Cities should be and often seek to be more walkable. Walkability benefits residents' health, wealth, environment, and sense of community. How can walkability serve as a solution to some problems faced across Salt Lake County as we grow?
Parking consumes a lot of land -- something in limited supply in Salt Lake Valley. How do we change parking policy and building development to follow a more fiscal approach to land use? Changes could also alleviate other key issues: air quality and affordable housing supply.